Grateful Dead Live at Fillmore West on 1970-06-07
Don't Ease Me In, Silver Threads, Friend Of The Devil, Candyman, Cold Jordan, Swing Low Sweet Chariot, Cumberland Blues, Me & My Uncle, New Speedway Boogie
Cryptical Envelopment-> Drums-> The Other One-> Cryptical Envelopment-> Drums-> The Main Ten-> Sugar Magnolia, Louie Louie Jam, It's A Man's World, Mama Tried, Sitting On Top Of The World, Cosmic Charlie, Casey Jones, Good Lovin'-> Drums-> Good Lovin', The Frozen Logger
Other artist(s): GD; NRPS; Southern Comfort first set acoustic
"From: David Hollister
Subject: A show to be heard
Interesting info that makes this show so cool:
During the little drumming interlude prior to the Other One, there is some woman
you can hear ranting and raving and generally going on about Viet Nam. It would
seem the band kind of lets her state her piece in its entirety before going into
the Other One. Very cool.
The whole second CD is very cool. The jam after the Cryptical reprise is
great. It goes into a kind of lulling drum beat which goes on for a few minutes
(what I called Drums again, even though it isn't in the official setlist) before
Phil takes it up and you hear the definite Main Ten bass line. A great Main Ten
jam that goes on for about 4 1/2 minutes or so before Bobby takes it into Sugar
First version of Sugar Magnolia. Very cool :) No, it doesn't rock, but up
until now, the earliest version I'd ever heard was the one from the famed
6/24/70 Cap Theater show, which I thought was unusual enough to be of historical
significance. This one is also interesting historically.
Between Top of the World and Casey Jones the band sits around talking to the
crowd and deciding what to play next. What kills me is Bobby's comment: "Hey,
there's a guy over there, he's always over there and he always yells out 'Golden
Road!'. I wanna know who he is, because man, you really take the cake. To tell
you the truth we've forgotten how to play that song" or something like that.
You can also hear several suggestions for songs, among them "White Rabbit",
which cracks up the crowd.
Great stuff. Let's get it out there. The acoustic set is pretty
straight-forward, but it's the electric set I think that really shines. The
boys just seems to be having a great time the whole show."
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Subject: Bobbie in rare form
"It's just hangin' it's head in prayer."
Cold Jordan, 2:32
If only the Portchester shows from later in the year sounded like this,sigh.But glad to have what we have anyway.
Subject: Thank you BEAR
Subject: Should have been Bear's Choice
The show starts off with really nice acoustic tunes, then moves on to cosmic space in the second set, captured by Bear and preserved on Archive for posterity. Perfect.
Subject: So Sweet
Subject: Great Show
Subject: YES! And Thank you.
Subject: thanks Bear & Jim Wise
beautiful and clear !!
Subject: Sweet Upgrade
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